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New planning scheme sidelined

By James Brown

Plans to introduce a new scheme designed to support growth and maintain the Moreton Bay region have been put on the back burner, the local council has announced.

Initial stages of the consultation process had been completed, but Moreton Bay Regional Council reveals it will not be bringing the amended scheme back to the community for further comment.

Efforts will be made to let people know when the draft scheme is open for further consultation, although this could be some time as the state election takes place.

However, once the planning scheme is back in the pipeline, Moreton Bay Regional Council assures members of the public that the information will be well advertised.

One of the primary aims of the scheme was to ensure the uniqueness of the area is maintained, along with its various characteristics and attributes.

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